Do you need a Certificate of No Abuse?

No matter the age of our clients, we always prepare a “Certification of No Abuse.” This document protects your estate plan. When you sign this document in front of the notary, you are swearing under oath that you believe you have the mental capabilities to execute your estate plan and that no one abused you or coerced you into your estate planning decisions. The execution of the document is an affirmative way to show you understand that you are completing an estate plan and that your choices are your own choices. This helps reduce the likelihood that someone will successfully contest your estate plan in the future. This is just one more document that is prepared by Woods Law Group that is often left out of other non-comprehensive estate plans.

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